The Cover Wars

Raisa was just a child when she was sold to work as a slave in the kingdom of Qilara. Despite her young age, her father was teaching her to read and write, grooming her to take his place as a Learned One. In Qilara, the Arnathim, like Raisa, are the …

Review: Enola Holmes Mysteries series by Nancy Springer

Published by Philomel Source: Library/Purchased I read The Case of the Missing Marquess, the first in the Enola Holmes series in 2013 and kept meaning to pick up the next books in the series but somehow never managing to do so. Then I arbitrarily decided that January is going to be Girl Detective month …

Review: The Dark Days Club (Lady Helen #1) by Alison Goodman

Hardcover, 496 pages Expected publication: January 26th 2016 by Razorbill Source: Publisher Another man stepped out from the undergrowth. This time, Helen recognized the tall lean figure. He waited for them to approach, arms folded across the front capes of his great-coat. He did not wear a hat, and the …

Review: Young-Hee and the Pullocho by Mark James Russell

Paperback, 256 pages Published May 12th 2015 by Tuttle Publishing Source: Publisher Being an aficionado for Korean culture and food, when I saw the back copy of this middlegrade novel, I was super excited so here it is, reproduced for you: So annoying. In Young-hee’s life everything feels wrong. It …